Wine may not be the first thing that jumps to mind when discussing Brazilian agriculture, but the coveted drink has been making some serious headway in the international wine market. At a recent trade tasting in New York featuring the latest and the greatest from the emerging powerhouse, I had a chance to chat with […]
The equinox is always a tricky time of year. On this day (and one other day in the spring) the equator is even-keeled, and if
Marilisa Allegrini dishin' on the Veneto at Eataly's La Scuola.
you’re in the northern hemisphere, it means that winter is on the way and the warm days of autumn […]
One of my favorite white varietals is Malvasia. Clean, crisp, refreshingly full, served chilled it is the perfect accompaniment to a picnic plate of charcuterie or grilled seafood. In the fall it is a perfect sipper, and going into the winter I enjoy a glass(read “bottle”) while cooking risotto or more gamy roasts – before […]
Sicily is Italy’s largest region and has approximately three hundred fifty thousand acres of land under vine, more than any other region in Italy. Following the unification of Italy in the 1946, co-ops and large scale industrial factories dominated
Gulfi's 2009 Cerasuolo di Vittoria DOCG; a blend of Nero d'Avola and Frappato
the wine-making […]